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IR Camera Lenses
Jun 2015
Fluke NetworksRequest Info
EVERETT, Wash., June 18, 2015 — Fluke Corp. has announced two new IR camera lenses, expanding its portfolio for select IR cameras of 320 × 240 resolution and under.

The 25-μm macro lens can identify defects that might otherwise be too small to see on targets like printed circuit boards. It also enables technicians to distinguish thermal variations across distances smaller than a human hair, making it suitable for applications in electronics.

The 4× telephoto lens gives users a magnified view of a target at a distance for easy inspection of electrical lines or tall flare stacks.


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